2019-2020 Performance Series

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November 3: Flamenco Pacifico

Flamenco is a living culture, steeped in history, with many roots and branches. Flamenco Pacifico presents a dynamic range of modern, original Flamenco composition by Berto Boyd. The traditional pieces invite you to journey through a musical landscape that can be haunting and deeply moving, and the lighter, chico compositions create infectious melodies with lively interpretations by two skilled flamenco dancers.

Tickets $15 Adults / $10 Youth

Sponsored by Western States Arts Federation, Idaho Community Foundation, and Equinox Foundation.

December 18: Eugene Ballet’s The Nutcracker

For the 32nd year, Clara’s adventures in the Land of Sweets come to life on the Panida stage, during this favorite kick-off to the holiday season. Keep an eye open for the Baby mice, Bon Bons, Angels, and Party Children- they are all played by local dance students!

Tickets $30 Adults / $12 Youth

Sponsored by Idaho Commission on the Arts, Innovia Foundation, Alpine Motors, and Waterfront Property Management.

February 21: Northern Stars Rising

Northern Stars Rising is a showcase performance that exists to further the ability of local performers to pursue their careers. Performers audition and then compete for cash prizes and professional development opportunities. The line-up of featured performers will be available in mid-January after auditions.

Tickets $15 Adults / $10 Youth

Sponsored by Innovia Foundation, Equinox Foundation, and Sandpoint Reader.

March 4: Living Voices’ Hear My Voice

Hear My Voice is the story of Jessie, a young woman introduced to the American suffrage movement by her great-aunt. They battle for their right to vote as World War I consumes their country. The fictional account is centered on a composite character inspired by true people and events, and is presented in recognition of the centennial of women’s right to vote. This moving live performance is visually supported by a video presentation of historic documents and events.

Tickets $15 Adults / $10 Youth

Sponsored by Equinox Foundation, Bonner County Human Rights Task Force, Panhandle Alliance for Education, and Idaho Humanities Council.

April 18: Missoula Children’s Theatre’s Cinderella

A pumpkin coach, Prince Charming, a glass slipper and a dream come true are woven together by the magic of a Fairy Godmother when the Missoula Children’s Theatre and over 60 local students present an original musical adaptation of Cinderella.

Tickets $15 Adults / $5 Youth

Sponsored by Community Assistance League, Idaho Commission on the Arts, and Innovia Foundation.

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